• July


August 11th – Ordinary time – possibly including MacKay UC

October 6th – World Wide Communion

December 1st – First Sunday of Advent – served in the pew

December 24th – Christmas Eve


MEN’S BREAKFAST: every 3rd Sunday morning at Fathers and Sons Restaurant at 112 Osgoode St. at the corner of King Edward Ave. in Sandy Hill.

Evergreens Lunch: every the 3rd Tuesday. Join us if you're free for a monthly lunch from 11:30 a.m. at Perkins Family Restaurant, 1130 St. Laurent Blvd, Ottawa. For details, contact Heather or church office.

Odawa Food Bank: usually every other week on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Enter through door on Daly Street. Contact Odawa 613-722-3811 to confirm days when the Food Bank is open. www.odawa.on.ca

SANDY HILL SENIORS FREE LUNCH & PROGRAM: First Wednesday of each month. For details or if you want to help out, contact Gail Moore at gmmoore188@hotmail.com .

CHOIR PRACTICE: every Thursday from 7:30 p.m. in the church Parlour. Please speak with Paul the choir director if you would like to join the choir.

Worship Service and Conversation: on 1st Thursday of the month at The Edinburgh Retirement Residence, 10 Vaughan St. Ottawa. Speak with Rev. Laurie if you are interested in this ministry with seniors.

Church Crawl 2019

This year will be the 7th Annual uOttawa Church Crawl! Once again, we will be welcoming students, new and returning, inviting them to participate in a faith community, and helping them connect with other young leaders as they embark on a new chapter in God’s story for their lives. The goals of Church Crawl are:

  1. Give a Christian welcome to University Students
  2. Make students aware of the worshiping communities
  3. Help students make faith filled friendship connections
  4. Create a frosh event with fun and healthy parameters for ALL students

For those of you who are not familiar with the concept, Church Crawl is a fun, fast-paced, Christian 101 week activity where students are invited to participate in Amazing Race type activities throughout the campus and the churches within walking distance of the university. On their adventure, they discover places of worship and welcoming communities as well as their campus and their peers. All participants are given a Church Crawl Passport that serves as a guide for our event but also serves as an item that students can use to learn about locations, times of worship, websites and other important items that churches want students to know about their faith community. The Church Crawl Passport is also an item that can be used throughout the year by student clubs and the uOttawa Chaplaincy office.